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The British telephone box, repurposed

Imaginative new uses for a red cuboid institution

A defibrillator in a reclaimed phonebox

Since 1924, the red telephone box has been an unofficial symbol of the United Kingdom. The era of mobile communications and ubiquity of handheld devices swiftly brought about their demise. Still seen throughout the United Kingdom and in current or previous colonies, they are being repurposed in both utilitarian and…

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